Help, not Handcuffs, for Queens Heroes

Help, not Handcuffs, for Queens Heroes

Following a successful year of operation as a pilot program, the Queens Misdemeanor Veterans Treatment Court recently officially opened its doors. According to Queens Borough…

Hate Crimes Dip Slightly: FBI

Hate Crimes Dip Slightly: FBI

Photo Courtesy of FBI More than 16,000 law enforcement agencies reported 7,120 hate crimes to the FBI last year. By Michael V. Cusenza The number…

FAA ‘Failed my Community’: Meng

FAA ‘Failed my Community’: Meng

Photo Courtesy of FAA FAA Administrator Stephen Dickson By Michael V. Cusenza Congresswoman Grace Meng (D-Flushing) on Friday expressed “grave concerns” about the Federal Aviation…

With Honors

With Honors

The City Police Department’s Counterterrorism Bureau recently held its K-9 graduation. Among the collared scholars was “Simo,” a German shepherd named in honor of Det….

Thanks to a Not Your Average Joe

Thanks to a Not Your Average Joe

Joseph Liantonio’s smile says it all as he unloads donations into the OLG Pantry at the end of his drive on Sunday It’s always an…

Ulrich Works with Helen Keller Group

Ulrich Works with Helen Keller Group

Photo Courtesy of HKS “HKS’ highly-trained instructors have done a phenomenal job helping seniors overcome the many challenges associated with vision loss,” Councilman Ulrich said….

Sikhs Mark Founder’s Birthday

Sikhs Mark Founder’s Birthday

Borough Sikhs last weekend celebrated the 550th birthday of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism. Followers flocked to Richmond Hill Saturday for a…